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Welcome to ‘Disrupting Business Process Management’ – a podcast brought to you by FlowForma. In every episode, we interview thought leaders or one of our own customers and ask them about their Digital Transformation journey to a paperless office. Tune in to learn best practices and recommendations directly from your peers!
 
This podcast series from IDS Scheer provides educational content around Process Intelligence and Performance Management, bringing you new trends and best practices of process oriented performance management via case studies and real life examples from enterprises around the globe as well our own innovations. IDS Scheer is the global leader in independent business process and performance management - and a globally renowned service provider for process-driven business transformation and imple ...
 
Should I be doing my own bookkeeping and accounting? Is QuickBooks the best software for me to use in my business, or is there another accounting software I should be using? What’s the best way for me to process my payroll? How can I track my money and cash flow? How do I prepare for my business taxes? What do my financial statements really mean? How can I add bookkeeping as an additional service as a Virtual Assistant? How can I start an online virtual bookkeeping business? And most importa ...
 
It’s time to run your business – and stop letting it run you. One Next Step, hosted by BELAY CEO and author Tricia Sciortino and Lisa Zeeveld, CFO and COO, is the most practical business podcast in the world. It provides tangible takeaways and actionable insights for listeners every week so leaders can affect change in their business immediately. Because after working with thousands of entrepreneurs, executives, and organizations, powerhouse virtual staffing company BELAY has the real-world ...
 
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Can you believe we are already in the fourth quarter of this year? If you are anything like me, it feels like these last three months of the year go by so quickly and before I know it, January is here, the holidays are over, and it is back to business as usual again. I really try hard to be as prepared as I possibly can be between both my personal …
 
As business owners, we know that our sales team needs to be incentivized. But they also need to feel confident that their entire job isn’t based on simple sales numbers. Today, we’re joined for a second time by Lisa Seal, the VP of Revenue at BELAY. Lisa has a brilliant mind for sales, and she’s had years of experience with this topic. She’s helped…
 
Every year at The Productivity Show we have an episode where we share our favorite productivity apps. This time we’re making it different by only highlighting the apps we don’t frequently talk about, but we absolutely love. We have six apps for you that are about to make you more productive and efficient. You can find links to everything that we sh…
 
Have you heard about The Great Resignation or The Big Quit? It seems to be impacting businesses big and small, but it doesn’t stop there. Individuals or employees are seeing the impact of The Great Resignation as well. The Great Resignation may have started with the pandemic, but it will be interesting to see how everything unfolds over the next fe…
 
How do successful businesses stand out from their competition? Many business leaders think they know the answer, but some may be operating under dated advice that’s no longer applicable. Chris Walker is the CEO Refine Labs and host of the “State of Demand Gen Podcast,” and he’s redefined how businesses play the differentiation game, helping them us…
 
The average person spends about 2.5 hours a day on prepping food, cooking, eating and drinking. That’s a lot of time and an opportunity to save time. Not only that, many of you struggle with eating healthy because it might be time consuming. You come home, you’re tired and not sure what to eat, so you order takeout or have food delivered to you. Us…
 
Being efficient will save you time, and since we only have so much time each and every day, we want to make sure we are maximizing all the efficiencies in our business. But have you ever though that once you master your bookkeeping workflows, you would also be creating a system that will be more accurate and reliable? When you set up your workflows…
 
In this special episode, Tricia and LZ welcome the Vice President of Marketing at BELAY, Dorian Usherwood. Dorian has 26 years of experience in brand strategy development, customer experience, and brand development and management among many other skills. Dorian is a master at using visual expression as a way to communicate a marketing message. So w…
 
Over the years, we’ve done many podcast episodes about organization and decluttering, but we always get questions about one specific area: photos! We decided to call in an expert, so in this episode, I am joined by Isabelle Dervaux, a professional photo organizer and family photo curator. She has a background as an artist, is a regular speaker, and…
 
Over the last few episodes, I’ve talked about why you shouldn’t be commingling your personal and business funds, and today’s episode is no different, but like I’ve mentioned in the past, I understand that there are times when this happens, and you need to know how to account for it in your bookkeeping so that your financial statements are not refle…
 
Everything of value is built on trust. You’ll pay more for the trusted brand, follow the trusted leader, and buy from the trusted salesperson. Trust is the single uniqueness of the greatest leaders, organizations, and brands of all time. In this episode, Tricia and LZ are joined by David Horsager, CEO of Trust Edge Leadership Institute and the best…
 
At Asian Efficiency we follow a project management philosophy called “Scrum”. You might have heard of it. It’s popular in the software industry but not so much outside of it which is a shame because it’s a powerful way of getting things done for teams. One of the elements of practicing Scrum is called a “Retrospective” and that’s what today’s topic…
 
Even though you know you shouldn’t be mixing your personal and business funds together, we know it happens, and I totally understand that there are times when this may be happening in your business. I have seen many times when cash falls short, and the business owner needs to inject additional funds into the business. Where does this money come fro…
 
Leaders are constantly making decisions. Some of them are easy, like where to take the team to lunch, and some of them are incredibly hard, like budget cuts and layoffs. With so many decisions, it’s easy to get paralyzed out of fear of making the wrong choice, or simply not being able to see the best option. In this episode, Tricia and LZ talk with…
 
Today I’m joined by Jeffrey Madoff, the founder of Madoff Productions, based in New York City. His company has produced commercials for brands such as Ralph Lauren, Victoria’s Secret, Tiffany, and other big name brands you’ve heard of. He also teaches a course on creativity at the Parsons School for Design, and that is also today’s topic for the po…
 
Recording personal funds in your business can be tricky and you want to make sure you are capturing and recording all of these transactions so that your business financial statements reflect all of your business transactions accurately. These personal funds may be in the form of an injection of additional personal funds you put into the business, o…
 
Organizations often focus their marketing on a few channels that have worked for them in the past without understanding other opportunities to promote their business and make an impact. Unfortunately, this leaves their organization vulnerable if even one of their previous tactics or channels doesn’t produce at previous levels. How can leaders at th…
 
Have you ever wanted to work on a project after work, you knew what you needed to do, you had the time to do it….you come home and then….you crash. You were too tired to work on it and then moved it to another day, for it only to repeat this cycle again. This is a common problem people have. So today we want to give you three tips to help you have …
 
Are you taking the time to review your financial statements each month? Do you understand what your financial statements are telling you about your business? Most people will look at their Balance Sheet and Income Statement when they review their financial statements, but today I am going to talk about another report that you should be looking at o…
 
Knowing what you want to say is just half the battle. Actually communicating it in an effective, engaging way is the hard part. Joining us this episode to talk about this topic is one of the best communicators in the country – Lydia Fenet. She’s the global managing director and lead benefit auctioneer at Christie’s in New York City. She’s also a gi…
 
Nowadays, many of us have the option to work remotely and from home. This opens a whole new world of possibilities. What used to be reserved for digital nomads, people like you and me can now work from anywhere in the world and still get stuff done. That’s what we call a workation, you get work done while enjoying some vacation time too. In this ep…
 
We all know how much the world relied on virtual technology over this past year due to the pandemic. Teachers, students and even businesses had to rely on virtual technology more than ever. Many businesses were already using some sort of virtual technology and others jumped on the technology bandwagon quickly. Whether you were already using this vi…
 
Whether you have a sales team or are still in a sales role as a leader, you need to know how to overcome objections and pushback in the sales process. So how can you honor people’s objections while still closing the sale and delivering your product or service? Today we’re going to talk about just that with Lisa Seal, who is BELAY’s VP of Revenue. L…
 
In this episode I’m thrilled to welcome Valerie Recore – she’s a productivity specialist who works with overwhelmed and overcommitted moms. With a background in mental health and corporate training, she helps people who feel like they’re pulled into different directions. Even if you’re NOT an overcommitted mom, you’ll get a lot out of this episode …
 
Did you have good intentions on getting your bookkeeping caught up this year? Did you list keeping up with your bookkeeping as one of your goals for 2021? Are you are finding yourself in a mid-year bookkeeping crisis, and you know your bookkeeping needs a little attention or possibly a great deal of attention? If so, this episode will definitely gi…
 
Corporate gifting is nothing new. For years, businesses have been branding coffee mugs, hats, and koozies and giving them away to potential clients. But John Ruhlin goes next level when it comes to gifting. In this episode, Tricia and LZ chat with Ruhlin, a gifted speaker, author of Giftology, and founder of The Ruhlin Group, a gift strategy, and l…
 
Some of our favorite episodes are ones that come directly from listener feedback, and this episode is no exception – how has our productivity thinking evolved over the years? Are there any “productivity rules” we used to have, but we now do the opposite? What causes these changes, anyway? We’ll dive into all of it in today’s episode. Thanks to Sane…
 
When most business owner are asked what their accountant or bookkeeper helps them with, you’ll most likely hear that they do their financial statements, which includes their balance sheet and income statement or profit and loss report, and they probably file their tax returns for them. Most accountants, bookkeepers, CPAs (Certified Public Accountan…
 
As a small business owner and leader, promoting your business and promoting yourself is essentially the same thing. But in today’s world of social media, many people are turned off by what they consider to be narcissistic self-promotion. No one wants to be “that person.” However, there is a way to promote your business in a tasteful, professional w…
 
On The Productivity Show we’ve talked a lot about the power of habits but we know it can be difficult to add new habits to your life. One strategy that helps you introduce new habits is called “habit stacking” and that’s what we’ll be going over today. It’s an easy way to add habits and I’ve used this myself in the last decade before it even had a …
 
Businesses have been dealing with customers not paying their invoices over the years, but the pandemic has heightened the average number of customers who are not paying their invoices on time, and this is putting additional stress on business owners like you. As a business owner, you know that you need to receive payment on your customer’s invoices…
 
In this special episode, our very own Amy Appleton, Director of Marketing at BELAY, sits down with Wes Gay, the Chief Guide at Wayfinder. Wes is a certified StoryBrand guide who helps brands use the power of story to create a clear and compelling message for their employees and customers. He’ll show you why story matters – and how by leveraging the…
 
We’ve done travel podcast episodes before, but never one right during and after a global pandemic! You might be wondering what has changed and how you can do it in the most stress-free and productive way. You might also be wondering how to keep your routines going while traveling in this “new normal”. I’ve been doing a lot of traveling over the pas…
 
The excitement of starting a small business can fuel the flame for your business for quite a while, but when you stop taking care of yourself and let your business pull you in various directions, burnout can start to set in, and you may find the passion you once had for your business start to smolder. You want to be proactive in this area so that y…
 
Successful leaders want to make a profit, but they also want to be good to their people. Joining us for this episode is Joel Manby, the former CEO, and director of SeaWorld Parks and Entertainment, and the author of the popular book Love Works. Joel was also featured on CBS’ hit show, Undercover Boss, where he made an impact on the show’s 18 millio…
 
This podcast episode is going to be slightly different. We recently surpassed 10 million downloads for The Productivity Show so we thought it would be fun to give you a look behind the scenes of what it takes to run a successful podcast. We’ll share what technology, gear, and workflows we use to produce our podcast. Plus tips and numbers to help yo…
 
If your business involves selling items on amazon, eBay or your business accepts payments from credit cards, debit cards, or other third-party processors, you will more than likely receive a Form 1099K. Knowing what this form is and how it will impact your business is important to know. The rules for the 1099K are changing in 2022 and understanding…
 
Is bookkeeping really that important? The short answer: Yes! The long answer? Well, you’ll just have to listen to this special episode in which guest host Amy Appleton, BELAY’s Director of Marketing, sits down to talk with Jen Barden, BELAY’s Director of Finance. They’ll share specifics on what business owners should tackle first when approaching n…
 
Have you heard of the Pomodoro Technique? It’s a popular time management and focus strategy and something we’ve been teaching for a long time at Asian Efficiency. One question we get often is how many pomodoros should you do in a day? Or in other words, how many hours of work should you do in a day? We’ll answer that question in today’s episode and…
 
Recording credit card transactions in either QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online is pretty easy to do as long as you have the correct procedures in place to do it accurately. Over the years, I have seen many different ways businesses have recorded their transactions and how quickly their financial reports can reflect inaccurate data. Most times…
 
Your spouse will eventually feel the ups and downs of your business — whether you work together as co-owners or whether your spouse is completely uninvolved in the day-to-day. So how can you make sure your spouse is involved in your business in a healthy way? In today’s episode, Lisa talks with O.L. and Sway Buckley, hosts of the super-popular Marr…
 
Today I’m joined by Dan Clark. He’s the CEO of Brain.fm which is an app that offers focus music. I had the opportunity to discuss the science behind focus music, how the brain works, what we can do to focus better, and other ways we can be more productive in our daily lives using scientific principles. Thanks to Indeed for supporting The Productivi…
 
One of the questions I receive from clients is how to transfer funds in QuickBooks Desktop and QuickBooks Online. Both have an extremely simple way to do this, but if you are unsure about how to do it, or you do it incorrectly, you could be causing your balance sheet and your income statement to reflect the wrong information. Recording all your tra…
 
Today’s business leaders are pulled in lots of different directions as they lead organizations navigating rapid change, meet the demands of home, and experience pressure to be all things to all people. Transformative leaders lead from their center instead of their circumstances so they can work from a place of calm, clarity, and conviction. In toda…
 
We’re continuing our series on the TEA framework and this time we’re talking about Attention. How do you become more focused? How do you have more attention for what matters? How can you eliminate distractions? We cover all these topics today and more. If you feel like you want to become more focused, this episode is for you. Get an extra 3 months …
 
The excitement of starting your very own business and the beliefs of your success are high when you are first starting your business. You think about what you want to sell, how you will sell it, the marketing and just how much your business is needed in the marketplace. You might have started an online business, you could be a course creator, you m…
 
We all know 2020 had a profound impact on businesses across America, and nonprofits were no different. With resources tight and fundraising down, how can nonprofits have a positive outlook on the future? What can they be doing now to ensure they’ll still be making an impact on the causes they’re passionate about a decade from now? Bob Rodgers, the …
 
Do you find that even when you know what you want to do, it just doesn’t happen? Or maybe by the end of the workday you’re feeling so ground down, you don’t feel like doing things with friends or family or working on a side project or hobby. Chances are, it’s not a time problem, it’s an energy problem! In this episode, we’re going to share 3 ways t…
 
When you think about a paperless business, does this sound like a dream come true, or do you view it more as a nightmare? There are many businesses that don’t even offer a paper receipt anymore. So, when you don’t have a receipt, how are you supposed to even manage it? My clients will ask me about the best way to manage their business receipts, and…
 
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